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Our Stories

From latest events to upcoming events to success stories and so much more. Below you will find all the latest updates and goings on at FBC. Enjoy!

3011, 2023

Santa’s Helpers at FBC

As the holiday season approaches, children around the world eagerly take up their pens and paper to compose heartfelt letters to Santa Claus. While some may view this tradition as a charming and whimsical part of childhood, the act of writing to Santa holds profound importance for kids, fostering creativity, gratitude, and the joy of giving. Brailling Letters to Santa FBC [...]

2111, 2023

FBC Gives Thanks

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the Foundation for Blind Children is giving thanks. We want to share why we’re feeling grateful for an amazing year. 2023 has been a year of growth, resilience, and incredible community support for FBC, making it a year worth celebrating. Here are just a few of the things we’re thankful for. Our Amazing Team First [...]

1511, 2023

Night for Sight 2023

Last weekend, FBC celebrated Night for Sight 2023! It was great to be back at Dominick's Steakhouse for our 22nd annual Night for Sight. The evening was a huge success. Along with great food, impactful stories, and tons of fun, we honored FBC's CEO Marc Ashton. Marc will be retiring next year, so this year, he was given FBC's Visionary [...]

911, 2023

Losing Track of Time

How Circadian Rhythms Can Get Off-Beat for the Blind by Rachel Pulver It may feel like time is warping around you. You wake up from sleep and you feel like it is two o’clock in the afternoon, but it is actually eight o’clock in the morning. Your body’s perception of time is not at all lined up with the day. This [...]

311, 2023

The Future of Transportation Independence for the Blind

At the Foundation for Blind Children, we solve problems facing the blind and visually impaired. We teach our students how to read braille and how to use assistive technology so they can learn along with their sighted peers in school or thrive in the workplace. We teach kids and adults how to cook, clean, and navigate their world without sight. Technology, [...]

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